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department is monitoring the remainder of early voting in miami-dade county, florida because of complaints about long lines in some polling places. the democrats in florida have asked the governor to extend early voter, but governor scott said he will not do that. at the same time the republican national committee sent a letter to election officials in six states trying to make sure voting machines are working properly. those states include nevada, kansas, north carolina, colorado, missouri and ohio. >> reporter: we are in cuyahoga county, downtown cleveland. they have a long history of problems including missing votes and missing voting machines. we were her voting on the acorn scandal. freddy johnson told me he was registered to vote by acorn 73 times. turns out he was just the tip of the iceberg. two election officials were convicted of rigging the 2004 presidential recount. the 2006 voter cards and voting machine keys were lost. employees took vote magazines home to test them and taxi drivers transported the memory cards from the polls that held all the votes. >> there was a systemic b
't it possible that the fbi, they started investigating this because some woman named jill kelley in florida contacted her fbi friend reportedly and said i'm getting harassing emails from this woman, it turns out to be broadwell. the fbi starts to look into it because they are friends with kelley and they find paula broadwell's emails and it turns out she is having an affair with the cia director which raises a whole host of other questions. when they find that out isn't it, it's not good, but it's petraeus' private business. it's an affair he shouldn't have had. we'll tell somebody but we don't have tow bring it to a white house level. >> i disagree with that. the director of the fbi, nothing how central general petraeus was, the fact that general petraeus was going around the world literally negotiating special arrangements with other countries that he had unique relationships w. he was representing the u.s. he cut u put us in an if any of those people out there would have learned about these indiscretions if you will. the president should have known and made the final decision, do i want
these petitions and now 7 states including alabama, florida, georgia, louisiana, north carolina, tennessee, and texas are crossed that 25,000 signature * threshold. those states will have their petitions reviewed by white house staff. across the country more than 700,000 americans have signed. texas has the most with 100,000. rick perry not supporting it, saying quote, governor perry believes in the greatness of our union and nothing should be done to change the. by also shares the frustrations many americans have with our federal government. if texas does secede from the union, austin has its own petition saying they want to secede from texas. megyn: we'll put the issue to the court. "kelly's court" is back in session. on the docket, are they allowed to secede from the union? mercedes colwin and mark eiglarsh. so, here is what confused me about the writeup. there are 66 requests for secession. it's been a while. but there are not 66 states. where are the extra 16 coming from? and can they do it? >> i'm not sure where the extra 16 are but there is precedence for it. the tenth amendment ver
money for the troops in tampa, florida. tell me if i have it right. my information is there has been nothing to substantiate that thus far. that general allen has himself engaged in anything inappropriate thus far. >> i have heard nothing indicating that he's done anything inappropriate. there was a first-day flurry of stories. i have heard nothing since then. i have spoke on people in the military who have great regard for general allen and they feel his is being exaggerated. from what i'm hearing second hand is general allen -- there can be some misinterpretation. but they have not found him to have done anything that was wrong. megyn: it's an important point. we rely on these generals. >> if i can just say. i have the greatest -- both before, during and after wiive the greatest regard for general petraeus even though i was the most whose file questioner of general petraeus today. we had a good conversation afterwards and i emphasized the thanks and gratitude all of us have for the service he gave our country and we'll remain friends. he's an outstanding person and northern us is p
, it begins with some woman in florida saying that she's getting harassing e-mails for the fbi looked into it. they find the perpetrator. they look in her e-mail and she has something going on with the cia director. how did we get here? is there any chance that they say that as a personal matter? that's his business? we don't see any reason to believe that national security has been compromised? it's not for us to report to anybody? >> i seriously doubt it. because the attorney general eventually anyway. megyn: anytime he said there is an ongoing investigation? did he leak something to this woman? is there more than meets the eye in a criminal probe? let's keep it quiet not tell the president to we have the answers to that? >> there is a chance of anything. is it reasonable for him to have done that? no, it is not. as soon as you find out that the director of the intelligence agency of the united states is having an affair with somebody and there are e-mails on gmail, which is accessible all over the world, that is a risk to the security of this country. you immediately want to disclose that.
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